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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KltOM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 18!.
To Kwa Mn,u
Leave Honolulu.... 8:40 1:45 4:35
Leave PeurlOlty I)!30 2:30 0:10
Arrive Ewa MJII I:fi? 2:07 fn.Hu
O. I). a.
A.M. A.M. P.M.
Leave Emu Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43
leuve Pearl Oltv G:6S 11:10 4:15
AtiIvh Honolulu 7:30 11:50 4:55
A. Saturdays only.
U. Dally. J
O. Sundays excepted.
1). Baturuuys excepted.
Tidos, Bun and Moon.
BY U. .1. LYONS.
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Honolulu time, which Is tliu same us lili. urn.
us. of urcenwlcli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, 1803.
Weiisk-miay, Nov. 8.
Am lik Albert, Griffiths, 14 d.ivs from
Sun Franc! ico
Stiur J A Cummins from Koolnu
WfcllNKHIlAT, Nov. 3.
riliiir C R Bishop for Xawiliwili, Hanaiiiu-
ulu, Klluueii, Kaliliiwai and Hunuloi
nt 4 ii in
Stmr NVaialeale for l.aluiinu, Kukuiluelo
und Honokau ut 0 a m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Kchr Kaulkeauuli for Hainakua
From Ban Francisco, per bnrk Albeit,
Nov 8-1) Petty and wife, Mrs Decote, Sir
U-nnox, Mr I)e la Vergne.
..or,. Kauu'. Per atnir Iwalani, Nov 7
Mrs 1 G 1 brum, Mrs Blanckstadt, 2 Chi
nese and 10 deck.
For Kauai, per itmr Mikahula. Nov 7
J KBurkett and wife, C Von Hamni, Mr
( annate, Mrs O H Bishop, Dr More und
wife. Miss Maroni, Mrs M Lindsay, Adam
Lindsay and bride, and 2" deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr C'lau
dine, Nov 7 For Volcano: Wilheliu Ktci
gcnwald, 1 Friendenunld, Dr H Fricdlan
der, Dr Kroneuker, li Wedding, (!cn (! T ('
Hogee, Mr ;roomheud, A D Slu-piird.
?.9r,JaPorta: J A Scott und wife, dipt
Matson and wife. A Moore and family,
H Kenton, F Northrup, Jno Hind, wife
and son, Bert Sehoen, Mr Keclen, T M
Datte und wife, Mrs J K losppa, Mrs H
h.olomoku and 3 children, Win loomey,
Dr E 1. Hutchinson, wife und child, 1' A
Dias, Kev b I. Desha. .) ti Mel'undloss, Jno
Anderson. J J Williams, F I. Stol and
wife, M Hyan.Jos Conrtnev, A Shields,
Jas OavanaBli W Doyle, T'Sheridun, T
V,-eelor' lj -Yl'Ke"!ie anJ " ,Ic-'k.
Vessels in Port.
U 8 S I'hiludelphiii, Barker, from Cnlluo.
tV.fci,Allam!i' Nelson, from a cruise
8 S Mioweru, Stott, from Swlney
S I? Australia, Houdlctte, from San r'lau-
Am bk Albert, Grilltthx, from San Fran
cisco Am bgtne W (i Irwin, Williams, flol,i Sun
Am buhr Itobcrt Lewers, from Port (liim
blu Am schr Transit, Jorgensen, from San
Am Yacht Tolna, Wiehman, fiom Sim
Am schr US Holmes, Johnson, from Port
Am bk Matildu, Swem-en, from Departure
Am bktno Klikitut, Cutler, from Port
Am bk S 0 Allen, Tliompson, fnmtSan
Dr schr Normu, Maciiuurrie, from Yoko
hama Hawii bk It I' Jtithet, Moirisun, from San
Nor ship Deacon-field, llastianseu. from
aJ J'"uer. Wolters. from Uiemen
Foreign Vessels Expectod.
(' ASS Ariiwa, Stuart, from bydnuv, dun
It Al S 8 Alameda, Morsu, from the Colo
nies, due Nov 10
H M 8 S Monowui, Curev, from ban Flan
eisco due, Nov 2.1
Am bk Harvester, fnuii S F Hilo, due Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, from Jloston, due
Drshlp Villutta, front Liverpool, duo Jan
Gerbk Nautilus from Liverpool, due Dee
Ger bk Mario Hackfulil, from Liverpool,
due Feb 1, 'in '
Am schr Allen A, from Lurcku, duo Oct 1
(.'apt. Siniersuu of the steiimor W (1 Hull
said this morning that he experienced
ijulte rough weutlier on the passage up,
und good weuthur coming down.
The si-masted schooner Transit moved
from her moorage neur the Fish Market
this morning to the I. I. 8. N. Co ' whurf,
where she was engaged in taking in sugar
from the steamer V. (I. Hull.
The American bark Albert, ('apt. (Irlf.
JitliH, arrived at 1 o'clock this ufteiitoou, a
little over 14 duys from Bun 1'iuiiuii-eo
Pleasant wenthitr wai experienced on the
jiassuue. She brought 1200 tons of mer
chandise consigned to H. Jiuckfcld Co.,
and a gHMillnu luunch for Mr. Uu of
I.IND8AV MiDONALD Al ht. Amlimi'
(uthfdrul, Honolulu, Tueduy, Nov.
7, IUH.1, by the ituv. Alexander Muck.
Intosli, AiIiiiii, eldest sou of Aliuuiitler
LlniUuy, Ym,, nf .Molowaa, Kuuul, to
Annie, elileet duugliUii of I.ewU .Sin.
Iiuimia, I'.m of Invui. Milium, Fife,
LOOAIi AND OENERAL NEWS.
.?'.1?' yrs unsgood pasture at
Qooil squaro liioaln for -lfi conts is
what Sonora & Co. olFor.
Diamond Head, J) p. m. Woatlior
clear, wind fresh northeast.
The P. G. Councils will meet at
1:510 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
Thu Board of Health is, holding
its usual wookly mooting this aftor-
Uov. Messrs. Lewis and Callondar
roturuod from Maui by the steamer
V. Q, Hall.
The Boavor suppliod its numer
ous patrons this noon with delicious
chickon curry and rice.
The King street merry-go-round
will bo sold at auction by J. F. Mor
gan at noon to-uiorrow.
The Hook & Ladder Co. exnoet
to have another "divy" on Saturday
evening or early noxt week.
The P. G. band gave its usual
weekly concert on the Executive
building grouuds this morning.
A gasoline launch, about yii feet
long, came by the bark xVlbort this
afternoon for Mr. Gay of Kauai.
Mr. G. Tyrol has been appointed
first oiheer on the yacht Tolna. It
is not vet known wlwm aim .tin ..:i
A full outfit of household furni
ture was brought to the Police sta
tion this afternoon, under distraint
Arrangements for receiving the
Australian team are uoiug promoted
by the executive of the Honolulu
The Advertiser has "news" this
morning about scarlet fever at Hilo
which appeared in the Bulletin
several days ago.
Mr. W. E. JRowell, Superintendent
of Public Works, succeeded in blast
ing a large hole into the coral near
the Miowera yesterday.
Captain W. Matson, part owner in
the Hilo packet line, and Mrs. Mat
sou, loft on the stoamer Claudine
yesterday evening for Hilo.
The quarterly mooting of the
Straugers' Friend Society will bo
held at the Y. M. C. A. parlor.-, to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
The Count and Countess Festetics
have not decided whether to leave
to-morrow or next day for their
proposed trip to Hilo and the Vol
cano. A photograph of the hilver service
presented to ex-Mmister Slevons by
residents of the Hawaiian Islands is
on exhibition in Melnerny's store
The tug Elou towed the pile-driver
out to the wreck this morning. On
account of the muddy state of the
water the pile-driver was not put to
The P. M. S. S. wharf was crowded
to-clay with heaps of boxes contain
ing merchandise loft by the S. S.
China. Among the lot wore differ
ent varieties of tea.
A couple seated on the veiauda
of a private residence in town were
blinded for several minutes by a
lightning Hash yesterday evening
during the storm.
A thunderstorm passed over Hono
lulu early last night. Frequently
the thunder followed vivid Hashes
of lightning so quickly as to indi
cate close discharge-.. Rain fell
O. Schussler was found guilty of
assault and battery ou Loughoimor,
in the District Court to-day, and
sentenced to pay a lino of .?10, and
to file a bond of $100 to keep the
peace for sis months.
The S. S.- Alameda will bo duo
from the Colonies en route to San
Franci-co on Thun-day next. The
S. S. Monowai and S. S. Warrimoo
will bo due horo from San Francisco
and Vancouver, U. C, ou the 2M
- Thu arrangements for a football
match between the Pacifies and
Punahous to take place ou tho.'iOth
iust., Thanksgiving Day, have pro
gressed so favorably that a match is
as good as assured. Both teams are
hard at practice.
The Myrtle boat club will hold its
regular monthly meeting at the
boathouso this evening, when it is
expocted the challenge of the Hea
lanis will be considered. Tho foul
ill tho late rac'n hid ii-iihm ".rp.w.n.
hand" crows will bIbo bo discTissed.
With the November number of
the Anglican Church Chronicle, that
interesting periodical ends its
eleventh volume. Its editor (Hev.
A. Mackintosh) is pleased with tho
support it has received. Tho Chroni
cle deserves all the patronage it en-
Tho fall of rain at Tho Electric
Light Station, Nuuanu Valley, last
night was 2.01 inches. Tho different
reservoirs have been materially re
plenished and this morning showed
tho following supply: In No. 1, 8ft.
Gin. of water: in No. 2, 8ft. : in No.
ii, Oft. 7in.
Another issuo of tho Paradise of
the Pacific is out. It coutaiiiH a
number of articles of information
regarding its patronymic, and a
short sketch by Miss Touira Henry
of Honolulu, on, "To Umi Ti, a aia
toan Ceremony." There is a lifelike
portrait of Mr. Cecil Brown, ex-Attorney-General,
a brief biography of that genl Io
nian. Ah Tong alias Thon Choy, the
Chinese merchant who was captured
by ollicor Stouo on the Pacific Mail
wharf after coming off the S. S,
Oceanic, with four tins of opium
between his legn, appeared in tho
District Court this morning, The
charge of smuggling was nol. pros'd
The murohitut plouded guilU and
wan soutuucod to pay a lino of $2.10,
uiiu uiiiiiu mi iJijsauaaiuu HlllJallllllOll,
IN HIS OWN COUNTRY.
Monumont to Father Dnmiou Pro
jooted in Bolgium.
Moiis. H. Jaltray, Consul for Co
lombia at Brussels, Belgium, in a
letter to Mr. Frank Godfrey, editor
Paradise of tho Pacific, givos tho
following information about a nionu
inpnt to bo erected to Fathor Da
miou in his native country:
"Referring to tho dedication of
tho Fathor Damiou memorial cross
which took nlncn Inst, liuinlli nt. Mn.
lokai, it might porhaps interest you
to know that a monumont to tho
martyr priest of Molokai is also to
bo orectod at Louvain, Belgium.
Tho monument representing tho
apostlo of lepers in tho exorcise of
his apostloship is due to tho chisel
of a iiolgian sculptor of renown, Mr.
Constantiuo Mouuier, and will bo,
thoy say, very successful. Tho city
of Louvain has boon chosen, because
it is in a neighboring village, at
Tromeloo, whoro Father Damiou
was bom. Tho necessary funds for
tho erection of the monument have
been collected among the numerous
admirers of Fathor Damien, and tho
enthusiasm for this work was so
groat at Louvain that tho subscrip
tion list hardly camo beyond this
university town. Tho committee is
composed of notabilities of tho
town, anion ir whom are several uni
versity professors. Thoy have at
thoir head Chevalior Edward Des
camps, professor of law, member of
the Sonato, who lately distinguished
himself in a brilliant manner as first
prizeman of the competition opened
at Paris for tho best poem against
slaory, and for tho preponderant
part that ho took in the debates of
tho Senate on the important ques
tion of tho constitutional revision in
Bolgium. Tho Belgian Government
subscribed for an important sum to
the monument, and the committee
has invited tho Hawaiian Govern
ment to bo represented ot tho cere
mony." AN ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE.
Determined Efforts of a Chinaman to
Harbor policeman Patterson was
standing near the boat landing,
leaning over tho davit of the pilot
boat, when he noticed a Chinaman
standing at tho corner of tho wharf,
a few feet from him. While watch
ing the Chinaman he saw him jump
into tho water head first, and lie
still with his face downwards, not
even llouudering. Patterson jumped
into a boat and grabbed the China
man's blouso, when tho desperate
fellow made an effort to dive, and
the officer came near losing his
hold. He managed, however, to
pull up the man, dripping wot, out
of the water into the boat and
thence to the wharf. Tho China
man was taken to tho Police station,
where he gave tho name of Wong
See. He had been a laborer at
Kula, Maui, and had come to town
to look for work. Failing to secure
work aud having no mouey, he de
cided to go and drown himself.
Wong See was divested of his wet
clothing, and after being wrapped
up in a DianKei was put in a cell.
It is believed that the Chinaman is
A cousin of Wong See called at
the station shortly after noon, aud
told tho authorities that tho man's
mind was wandering. He would
taRe him to his own house and care
for him until the next steamer for
China, when ho would secure a pas
sago. KOBBERY OF A SERVANT.
Room of a Japanese Domestic En
tered and Pillaged.
A Japanese in tho employ of Mrs.
J. S. Walker, Nuuanu Valley, re
ported to tho Police Station at 9:80
o clock yesterday evening that his
apartments on the Walker promises
had been entered during tho early
part of the evening, and a gold
watch valued at $150 and $15.50 in
silvor taken. The Jap, who lives in
a detached building, had beou busy
attending to bis duties about his
employer's Iiouho tho early part of
the evening, and on returning found
his apartment not as cosy or neat
looking as customary. Tho window
was opon and there was a streak of
blood on the sill. Pursuing investi
gation he found his trunk Tiad boon
opened aud tho aforementioned pro
perty stolon. Tho burglar whoever
ho was had probably out his hand in
going out of tho window, presum
ably in a hurry. The Jap suspects
someone of his professed friouds of
DANGEROUS NIGHT PROWLER.
Man from the Adams Assaults a Na
tive With a Knife.
Tho premises of a native named
Kauiola, who resides abovo the
Queen's Hospital, ou the Punchbowl
slopes, was entered by a potty offi
cer belonging to the U. S. S. Adams
about 10:80 o'clock last night dur
ing tho heavy thunderstorm. Kani
ola orderod tho man off the promises,
whou tho latter struck him with a
knife, luckily without serious in
jury. Tho knifo plowed across tho
forehead skin deep. A tolophone
niessage to tho station brought two
officers, but tho man had escaped
iu the darkness. Kaniola stated to
tho olllcors that tho intruder is a
potty ollicor on tho U. S. S. Adams
aud gave li !h name as Nilsou,
Mrs. Collaco has received a large
Mock of fresh goods at tho Dai Nip
pon store, Hotel street. There are
line silks for Indies' drosses, embroi
dered handkerchiefs aud rainbow
uraim. tlift goods for gentlemen
will be found iu neckties, smoking
capH and jackets, Bed covers, em
broidered table covers and other
articles for tho household are iu tho
list. Tho goods are open for the
free inspection of everybody, and
make a display M worth hoeing.
litrry tlwriiitiuH uJOli I'ltlXTIMl
iliillf (if (ht llullrthl Ojl'iY,
O! the Agony
Of Thoso who OufTor from
Boo& Saraapartlla PuHfiet,
Boothea, Jlcala, OUlins.
Mr. T. V. Johnton
Baa Joit, Cat.
" I hare for many years been a treat uflfrer
from RC'IlOFiri.A breaking out on my armi
and lega; thoy w ere oovcred with eruption and
ores, discharging all ihr linn-. 1 tried Y017
many medicines and consulted physicians far
and near, but caaniantlr greir worn, I
har taken but three botllM of Hood's Sarsapa-
rllla for rheumatism, and has deilved 10 much
benefit from It that she dcclaros there is no
othor medicine on earth. We would not be
without It In the house It It octets 20 a bottle."
T. Vaklky Joitkbon, Ran Jose, t'al.
N. D. n sine to get Hood's Sarsaparllla.
Hood's PllUnet easily, jet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 20c
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
By Job. F. Morgan.
Merry -60 -Round!
On THURSDAY, Nov. !Hli
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
1 will ell at Public Auction, ut the pre
mises, King Street. (Opposite K. It.
One Merry -Go -Round.
Immediate delivery. Terms Cash.
J"a.s. F Morgan,
Auction Sale of Stallion !
On SATURDAY, Nov. IS.
At 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my S'lh-sro-nu, I will sell at I'ublio
Auction, by order of temp rurv ad
ministrator of the Estate o'f
1'. Opfergolt, deeeased,
THE THOROUGHBRED 8TALL10N
fllre, the Celebrated Kentuekv Stallion
'Billy Thornhill," dam 'Viola "
C9 Further particulars of
Ja.s. F. Morgan.,
LOOK OUT FOR
After the Arrival of
A Rich Treat Id Prospect for i
Hotel Street, Oppo, Bethel St.
IN illlllKII TO KKKKCT A
Belnre November 30, 1893,
THE ENTIRE STOCK. OF -
Handsome and Artistic Goods
m ti.i. ut. OKI i. urn i
R.eciu.oeci Pripes !
Come and See for Yourself !
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
A OOTTAOKOKKIVKOUHIX ROOMS. !
TV City or outuklrtH. Rem ulutul fill per
mouth, Aihlrvab T llux Ul, sU-! 1
IS THE BEST
Drlei perfectly solid Inside of twenty
Forma a durable und da-tie, not n brit
Retains iti glo longer than any othei
Resists the action of acids and alkalies
better than nny other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run-
nilKf ntllf utit-nmln h nil
I """O " Ui HtO Y)JJJ
With the addition of Litharge, lclds a
1 hard surface, suitable for Moors, steps, ete.
1 Mixes readily with pigments ground In
oil In pasto form.
1 J'r'iigs out the real shades of the colors
and keops them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of tin
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improves the
I working of the varnish.
I Doos ifot darken white lend or nnv dcll
' eato colors.
j Has greuter body than any other oil.
, Requires one-third less pigment than
j any other oil.
1 Cun be added to linseed oil und It will
1 gicatly improve the Unseed.
1 Can be thinned with turpentine.
I By actual tests, has outlasted tho best
1 Unseed oil.
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever iniui
iiiuetured. Direction for Use.
Us-e Lucoi. in every respect in the
muiic manner us you would linseed
oil, with tin' dingle exception I but you
niiiy add fully oneiiuartcr more Lu
cot, to the same (inutility of pigment
lliiin you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it ic
advisable to mix up the paint at lciut
one day before it is to be ithcd, then
add a third more Lrcoi. and tho piiiut
will tie found to cover well and luvc
a good gloss.
NKVEK USK .lAl'ANS.
Where hard surfaces such us lloors,
steps, etc., arc required use litharge
only, never use Jup.in.
LUCOI, MIXES WITH VAR
NISHES and assists their winking ami im
proves their appeal. nice iu't tiikv
SHOULD UK tlHKl) SAME DAY THEY A1IE
mixed, otherwise tlte gum of the vat
nif.li may be precipitated or the mix
The addition of from to jj of Lr
coi. to vuriiiblict. does not reduce tin it
hi -Ire nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
To Let or Iieaso.
rpWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND
A Kitchen ut 10.1 Fori Ktmn. si..liu
ROOMS TO LET.
rpVO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR UEN
X tlemen ut No. I Garden l.uue. StlAf
1 TO LET
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Mugazine
street, with Ilathroom, pat
ent . O.. ete. CoiiinianilH
one of the linest views in Honolulu. Apply
1 t (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
rpHK RESIDENCE AND
JL Ix situated on WI1
der"s Aveune, below l.una
lilo Home, and owned by
the undersigned, is for sale on advantage
ous terms. Apply to
2I 2i At W. K. Luch. Mnreliant HI.
Notice to Tenants I
NOTICE IS HEREUV (JIVKN TO ALL
liersons living as tenants on lauds be
longing Ui the Estate of the lute King Kulu
kmiu, as well as on lauds belonging to the
underlgnod and thoae of David Kawuna
nakou und J. Kalaniunaole, for which ar
rangements huvo been made betwoen them
und Mr, J. Paakaula, that payments of
rent must hereafter be made to me person
ally. When milking payment R is re
iiuested that tenants bring copies of their
lenses and the last receipt received bv
them. It In also the wish of the nnder
s gned to meet and confer with tenants on
the llrstduy of every month forsli month",
beginning October III, 1WH, and ending
April 111, 181(1.
W Otllee at liomiakaha.
Honolulu, Oct. HI, isn't. rtMl-lm
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VAUWIILE I'IKCEfc Oi"
I iiiprovud Property, located
' in (llllcrent purls of the City of
Honolulu; ull bargain).. Appli
for full p.irlieulart, in
IIRUl E A. .1. CAIITWRimiT.
DR. S. ASANO
Physician : and : Surgeon i
NO. I lift NUUANT AVIJNl'i:.
Opposlt,. Kagle Hoihc, - - Hi,..liiu.
HT'J .Mutual Telepltoue '11.
A rriiusK w-Liti mi Nintm I'liiih,
No. i:t KuiiliiiiuiitiuSl., lliiiiululu,
N. S. SACHS'
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,"
oao rrort Street, Honolulu.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OK
Wicker Ware, fjHL m.
Mm Oak Mfefliffl,, Sideboards,
Bedroom Suits, SftipBra& Ftp Plp Vi
BSSPssais we, Etc, Etc,
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEI'T ON HAND
OUDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BULL TELEPHONE 5'.'5.
HsL. 3. LEVY
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
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PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THE KAMOUb STORE OK
IB. IP. EHLERS &c CO.
BO 4511 FORT STRB3H3T.
, Canton 77"astL FabrioR i
A hHU.ls.ime (Jotton Kal.rle Neu 8,jea till, season; the elleets arTsltihW Cb'ln..
Silks; to s. them muans to appreeiate thiim """"' '" ' '"
Silk tlnish just out; real French designs ure the finest and the orureV the ...
Oa.slirw.ere Sublimes 20 Cents Ya.,.ri i
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this season emireK new ami
for the price has no equal. '
"Wlaite Lawns and Dimity I
In Plain, Striped and Cheeked iu great variot).
t- DreBmnaklno Underjlie Hanagoment oi BR8. RENNER. J
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
tm- Klrr risk, on ull kinds of Insurance Popertv taken at IMrn-nt Rl.ks h,
J. s. -yy. a T-iKER,
AM'I 'in ih lUwaiUn liUud.
of New Goods !
.MUTUAL TELEPHONE IMS.